Hi, thanks for your question. You should hire a lawyer for specific legal advice. No attorney client relationship is created here.
What is the basis for your objection?
A1 is the rule you are using for the amendment
I have no objections. The complaint is over 30 days. Does that matter?
have you had any hearings yet?
Yes, the Judge denied my request for a summary judgment and set the case for trial. He did suggest I should review my references. He pretty much told me that I have the right peg in the wrong hole.
Ok, that's good then.
it sounds like the judge gave permission under A2 to amend the pleadings.
To clarify, you said I should use A2?
That would be the section if the court gave you leave to amend, yes
You may want to hire an attorney to help you, since it can be difficult and time consuming to pursue the matter.
Great! Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX very helpful! These things do get complicated. We'll forge ahead.
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